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Posts By: Monika Anderson

Loving Lavender

Posted on May 3, 2021 in Cemetery Design Seven Stones

Nature, it fills the senses. As you stand surrounded by the beauty of our Colorado landscapes, you may notice the height of the mountains, the blue of the sky, the scent of pine, and the sound of a mountain stream. I believe that all these elements of nature bring a sense of peace to Seven Stones. This summer, we will …Read the Full Article


Annual High Line Canal History & Nature Walk at Seven Stones

Posted on September 8, 2020 in Community Events

Fall is almost here! Almost time to head outside and enjoy the changing colors, cooler weather & wildlife! The Roxborough Area Historical Society (RAHS) and Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery are delighted to host, for the fourth year in a row, an outdoor event featuring the High Line Canal Conservancy and Denver Audubon on Wednesday, September 23rd from 10am-Noon at …Read the Full Article


3rd Annual Pet Memorial Event

Posted on in Community Events

Please, join us in our annual ceremony honoring and celebrating the loving animal companions that have touched our lives over the years. This event will take place on Sunday, September 13th, from 10 am to 12 pm. We will have an official ceremony led by Life Celebrant Mary Jo Honiotes beginning at 10:30 am. Please, feel free to bring a …Read the Full Article


What’s Happening in Our Bee Hives?

Posted on June 1, 2020 in Bee Keeping

  A guest blog by Andrew Henckler, one of our Seven Stones’ Master Beekeepers   Summer is the peak season for honeybees. The hives are at their largest size of the year, up to 80,000 bees per hive. All of these bees are hard at work taking advantage of the bounty of the season. As each successive bloom of flowers …Read the Full Article


A Winter Blog About Hibernating, Awakening and Transitioning

Posted on February 5, 2020 in About Grief

A guest blog by Rev. Mary Jo Honiotes, Life Celebrant   Hibernate “There’s a warm winter sun, in the window of your car, now do you know where you are?”  Colorado by Singer/Poet Chuck Pyle.   https://youtu.be/-GaMBE7XEEo And, this is how it is with grief, sometimes we feel warmth and clarity and strength for the day.  However, when the sun goes away …Read the Full Article